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Nurses to start voting on whether to strike over pay

Nurses to start voting on whether to strike over pay

Nurses to start voting on whether to strike over pay

The Royal College of Nursing says it will urge hundreds of thousands of its members to say yes to strike action when ballot papers go out next month.


Stricter rules to clampdown on takeaway litter

Stricter rules to clampdown on takeaway litter

Stricter rules to clampdown on takeaway litter

Councils can and must use stricter rules to make sure takeaways help clear-up after customers, says the government.

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150 homes will benefit from improvement project of almost £4 million

150 homes will benefit from improvement project of almost £4 million

150 homes will benefit from improvement project of almost £4 million

The leader of the district council has discussed plans to refurbish 150 homes as part of an improvement project costing almost £4 million.

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Price of 'monstrosity' cottage slashed

Price of 'monstrosity' cottage slashed

Price of 'monstrosity' cottage slashed

A cottage described as a 'monstrosity' will go up for auction after the asking price was dramatically slashed.


'The common enemy we must defeat is inflation'

'The common enemy we must defeat is inflation'

'The common enemy we must defeat is inflation'

In his latest column, a Grantham MP has discussed inflation and his reasons for supporting Rishi Sunak to be the next prime minister.

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When will I get my £400 energy bill payment?

When will I get my £400 energy bill payment?

When will I get my £400 energy bill payment?

More details have been released as to how households will get £400 to help with energy costs, but with bills trippling can it make a difference?


Energy bills could be £1,900 more by April and here's why

Energy bills could be £1,900 more by April and here's why

Energy bills could be £1,900 more by April and here's why

Gas and electric bills are facing astronomical rises according to latest warnings but why is it happening and what help is there for you?

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Controversy over attendance of district councillors

Controversy over attendance of district councillors

Controversy over attendance of district councillors

Controversy has risen over a suggestion that poorly councillors should stand down, with one saying the idea was "disgraceful".


Councillors push back plans to replace phrase chairman

Councillors push back plans to replace phrase chairman

Councillors push back plans to replace phrase chairman

Councillors have pushed back against plans to replace the phrase chairman with a gender neutral option.

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Thousands of families due to get Cost of Living payments

Thousands of families due to get Cost of Living payments

Thousands of families due to get Cost of Living payments

More than £28 million is being given out to Lincolnshire families, as the first half of the Cost of Living payment lands in bank accounts.


'It’s time for decency and competence'

'It’s time for decency and competence'

'It’s time for decency and competence'

It really is time for a fresh start under a Labour government with Sir Keir Starmer as PM, says labour councillor.

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Rishi Sunak says 'positive things' happening in local healthcare as he kicks off campaign to become next Prime Minister

Rishi Sunak says 'positive things' happening in local healthcare as he kicks off campaign to become next Prime Minister

Rishi Sunak says 'positive things' happening in local healthcare as he kicks off campaign to become next Prime Minister

Candidate for Conservative Party leader and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak kicked off his campaign today with a visit to Grantham.

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'A new prime minister is a chance to move our country forward to a positive future'

'A new prime minister is a chance to move our country forward to a positive future'

'A new prime minister is a chance to move our country forward to a positive future'

A new prime minister will be a positive move forward for the country, says the leader of Lincolnshire County Council.

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Independent councillors form political group to scrutinise authority

Independent councillors form political group to scrutinise authority

Independent councillors form political group to scrutinise authority

A new political group of independent councillors at South Kesteven District Council wants to improve scrutiny and transparency at the authority.


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